Undergraduate Researchers

Melissa Vogel

Undergraduate Researcher: 2001-2002

B.A. Washington University in St. Louis, 2002

Melissa collaborated with Nicole Speer and Jeff Zacks to study how event boundaries effect working memory.

William Chee

Undergraduate Researcher: 2001-2002

Undergraduate in Philosophy

William worked on a research project that investigated event conception and memory.

Rohini Coorg

Undergraduate Researcher: 2000-2003

B.A. Washington University in St. Louis, 2003

Julian Ott

Undergraduate Researcher: 2002-2003

B.A. Webster University, 2003

Thanh Phuong Nguyen

Undergraduate Researcher: Fall 2004

Freshman, Psychology & Finance

Phuong was an Undergraduate Researcher in the lab in the Fall of 2004. She helped Jeff on a study to investigate how people understand everyday events.

Sarah Berson

Undergraduate Researcher: 2002-2004

Psychology & PNP, Class of 2004

Shawn Kumar

Undergraduate Researcher: 2003-2004

Engineering, Class of 2004

Shawn joined the lab in Fall of 2003. He worked on an independent study project that investigated the role of movement features on how we understand everyday events, like doing the dishes or assembling a box.

Brian Glass

Undergraduate Researcher: Spring 2005

Senior, Psychology

Brian joined the lab in January 2005. He is worked with Khena on a study on eye-tracking and event segmentation.

Jennifer Scott

Undergraduate Researcher: 2004-2005

Junior, Psychology

Jennifer worked with Nicole in 2004-5 to study how people understand narratives.

Mary Derbish

Undergraduate Researcher: 2004-2005

B.A. Washington University in St. Louis, 2005

Mary was a member of the lab during the 2004 - 2005 academic year. She worked with Khena, investigating how people chunk events into units.